I have a copy of the Transformers: The Movie Mokushiroku videotape coming. I already have a digital transfer of the entire video and I was planning to include some of the segments on the Blu-ray. The question is, should I just include the segments that actually are related to the movie or the entire video? A lot of the video pertains to the later series like The Headmasters, Masterforce, and Victory.
Also, I have the "Toy Version" of Scramble City, which is sort of a re-telling of the OVA using toys and some stock footage from the TV series, that I was considering including in with the commercials. I don't have a translation of the dialog, though, or even a transcript I could use to create a translation. I'm wondering if I should just include it as a long commercial with a brief explanation or if there is some other option. Does a translation or Japanese transcript exist?
Should I include bios for the principle cast, crew, and musicians? If so, what would be the best source?
Ok, I could use some feedback on something, if anyone is still watching this thread. I've done a number of small fixes to remove some of the more obvious scratches and spots that showed up on the original 1080p transfer. There is one scene I'm not sure if I should fix, though.
After the back of the shuttle is blown up, there is a pan that has two vertical lines running down it. They looked like thin film scratches at first but upon closer inspection, they are an artifact from the animation process. Should these be removed or left in place since they were animation flaws and not actual film flaws?
You can see an example of what I'm referring to here: